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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Songs Of Love (6:59)
2. Songs Of Love, Pt. 2 (4:50)
3. Dancing All The Night (6:12)
4. Psychopath (2:45)
5. I Want To Be In Love (5:58)
6. Drugs For Everybody (5:04)
7. Come The Revolution (6:09)
8. Angel Of The Night (5:10)
9. The Dream Society (8:35)
10. Broken Wing (6:42)
11. These Fifty Years (14:27)

Total time 72:51

Line-up / Musicians

- Roy Harper / vocals, acoustic guitars, tambourine, washboard, producer

- Misumi Kosaka / vocals (1,2)
- Nick Harper / acoustic, electric & slide (7) guitars
- Jeff Ward / slide guitar & bass (4), mandolin, hand drums (11), percussion
- John Fitzgerald / keyboard piano, Hammond, trumpet, concertina, harp
- Colm O'Sullivan / keyboards
- Ian Anderson / flute (11)
- Ric Sanders / violins
- Bonnie Shaljean / harp
- Noel Barrett / bass
- Felix Howard / bass
- Steve Barnard / drums, percussion

Releases information

Artwork: George Fort

CD Science Friction ‎- HUCD030 (1998, UK)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(56%)
Good, but non-essential (22%)
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2 stars The last of my reviews of later day Roy Harper albums, The Dream Society (1998) seems like Roy's response to his previous album Death or Glory. However, unlike that work, The Dream Society is a rambling album of disconnected themes and topics, while being true to Harper's persona, doesn't con ... (read more)

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